Alexander S. Kasendorf is a dynamic community leader and advocate who works tirelessly to achieve his clients’ goals. His practice focuses on litigation, dispute resolution, advocacy and lobbying. He is a registered lobbyist with the City and County of Los Angeles and the Federal government and advocates in areas such as complex business transactions, commercial property issues, real estate disputes and sports and entertainment matters. Licensed as an attorney in California since 2001, Alex has worked on matters from beginning to end, ensuring his clients are an active participant in every step of the process. With a firm understanding that every client has their own needs and goals, he lends a sensitive ear to every client working to navigate the varied pitfalls that may occur during the legal process. Alex’s broad involvement in the San Fernando Valley communities connects his clients with various organizations and individuals which can, at times, assist in efficiently accomplishing their goals. He realizes that time is indeed money and that the traditional or usual path to achieve success is not always the most expedient way.
Recent Articles and Presentations
- “Sacramento’s Shadow on the World of Litigation: How Pending Legislation Can Have A Dramatic Impact on Your Cases”, Legal Secretaries, Inc., February 2015
- “Developing An Effective & Ethical Social Media Policy,” Los Angeles Paralegal Association, June 2014
- “The Art of Collections in a Down Economy: Simple Office Procedures Can Reap Benefits for You and Your Clients,” The Bottom Line, Official Publication of the State Bar of California Law Practice Management and Technology Section (February 2011)
- Article was republished in the San Fernando Valley Bar Association’s publication, Valley Lawyer, in the July/August 2012 edition.
- Presentation: “The Art of Collections in a Down Economy”, San Fernando Valley Bar Association, November, 2012.
Alex’s Favorite Quote: “There are three things in life which are real: God, human folly and laughter. Since the first two are beyond our comprehension, we must do what we can with the third.” – John F. Kennedy